Singapore & Perth: A Synergistic Partnership in future Data Center Infrastructure.
In the age of digital transformation, data centers have become the nerve centers of global economies. Singapore, a global hub for finance and technology, has experienced its share of challenges in dealing with its data center demand, as it became the world’s second largest data centre market, second only to the behemoth which is North Virginia and easily the most important interconnection point in APAC. However as an Island State of just 734 square kilometres, it is very short of the resources that scalable data centers typically require, in particular availability of land and renewable energy. With an abundance of key strategic benefits and with strong existing relationship with Singapore, Perth in Western Australia (WA) emerges as its most strategic data sharing partner.